Kati Patang

(SET Max, Saturday, 5.50 p.m.)

Madhvi (Asha Parekh)’s marriage is arranged but she runs away as she’s in love with Kailash (Prem Chopra). She is disillusioned when she discovers that he’s having an affair with Shabnam (Bindu).

She gets on a train where she meets a widow and her child. But a freak accident kills the widow and Madhvi takes her place and reaches the Sinha household.

There she meets Kamal (Rajesh Khanna), the younger son. He is an embittered man as his engagement had been broken by Madhvi. That's when Madhvi realises that she was engaged to Kamal.

Deewangee

(B4U Movies, Friday, 8.30 p.m.)

Raj Goyal (Akshay Khanna) is a successful criminal lawyer. He meets Sargam (Urmila Matondkar), a popular singer with several hit albums to her credit. Through her, Raj meets Tarang Bharadwaj (Ajay Devgn), a talented musician. Tarang is accused of the murder of a music magnet Ashwin Mehta (Vijendra Ghatge). Sargam believes Tarang is innocent and seeks Raj’s help. Raj proves Tarang innocent in court. But, Raj finds out later that Tarang is the murderer.

Hum Paanch

(Zee Classic, Sunday, 12.30 p.m.)

Veer Pratap Singh (Amrish Puri) rules over a small town, terrorising the people there. Soundarya (Shabana Azmi) lives with him after a secret marriage ceremony. When she gets pregnant, her tyrannical husband wants her to have an abortion.

When she refuses, he throws her out, denying their relationship. Soundarya decides that she must find someone to stand up to her husband and end his tyranny.

Will she succeed in her quest? The others in the cast are Sanjeev Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Raj Babbar and Deepti Naval.

Before the Rains

(B4U Movies, Saturday, 4 p.m.)

This Indo-British period film is set in the Malabar District of the Madras Presidency of British India, against the backdrop of a growing Nationalist Movement.

An idealistic young Indian man, T.K. (Rahul Bose) finds himself torn between his ambitions for the future and his loyalty to tradition when people in his village learn of an affair between his British boss and close friend, Henry Moores (Linus Roache), and a married woman Sajani (Nandita Das).